Veterans Honored at Hockey Game

Ms. Christmas Continues to Spread Holiday Cheer

MREs Available for Northland Vets in Need

U of M Gets Tougher on Sexual Misconduct

Small Town on Road to Devils Tower to Get New Owners

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Lawyers Concerned by Comments in Damond Shooting

Grant Helps Superior Address Domestic Violence

New Minneapolis Ordinance Protects Immigrant Crime Victims

3 State Attorneys Favor Walling Off Great Lakes to Stop Carp

Tests Show No Spread of Chronic Wasting Disease in Minnesota


Town of Superior Aims to Prevent Fires with "Keep the Wreath Green"

Trees of Hope: Young Athletes Foundation and Running Shoe Program

Bad River Tribal Members Voice Concerns About Sheriff's Department

Volunteers with St. John's Catholic Church served their Christmas dinner meal on Thursday in Duluth.

St. John's Catholic Church Serves Christmas Dinner

LSC Graduates Celebrate with Pinning Ceremony
UMD Professor Weighs in on Local Impacts of GOP Tax Bill
Duluth Police Say Car Thefts Spiked in 2017
Crisis Intervention Training for Range Police Officers
Duluth Police: Public Not at Risk after Shots Fired Incident

Wis. AG: State Can't Enforce Sprinkler Rule

Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel says state regulators can't enforce a rule requiring sprinklers in large apartment buildings.

Full Franken Resignation Speech

Census Data Shows More Minnesotans are Multilingual

Minneapolis Requests National Guard for Super Bowl Security

Ventura Glad Legal Battle against 'American Sniper' is Over

Family Agrees to $2M Settlement in Teen's Dental Surgery Death

Tribal Request for Dakota Access Spill Response Plan Granted

Walker Seeks Federal Disaster Aid for Rusk, Sawyer Counties

Telemark Lodge Closer to Remodel, Reopening

Walker Proposes National Ad Campaign to Attract Workers

Castile's Girlfriend Reaches Settlement over Police Shooting

Minnesota Rep. Cornish Will Resign at November's End

Lawyer Who Struggled at Hearing Goes Viral
Chickenpox Cases Grow in Minnesota
'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Boasts $45 Million Opening Night

Judge Temporarily Blocks New Trump Rules on Birth Control

Lawyer Who Struggled at Hearing Goes Viral

Anger Grows as Puerto Rico Misses Power Restoration Deadline

Michigan Police Probe Remains of 3 Children Found in Montana

White House to Push Merit-Based Immigration in New Campaign

Tillerson Backtracks on North Korea Stance

Japan Imposes New Sanctions on North Korea

AAA Predicts Record Travel over Christmas and New Year's

Comforted by a strong economy, more Americans than ever are expected to travel over the Christmas and New Year's holidays.

FCC Repeals Net Neutrality Rules

The Federal Communications Commission has voted on party lines to undo the sweeping Obama-era 'net neutrality' rules that guaranteed equal access to internet.

Gasoline Prices Lift US Consumer Inflation 0.4 Percent

Surging gasoline prices pulled U.S. consumer inflation up 0.4 percent in November.

In the Age of Amazon, Walmart is Changing its Legal Name

The world's largest retailer is changing its legal name effective February 1 in an effort to focusing on growing their online services and mobile shopping brand.

First Public Indoor Shooting Range Opens Near Proctor

The first public indoor shooting range in northern Minnesota is now open near Proctor. 

Google Blocks YouTube on Amazon Devices in Escalating Feud

Google is pulling its popular YouTube video service from Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show devices in an escalating feud that has caught consumers in the crossfire.

Tests found no chronic wasting disease in more than 11,000 deer shot by hunters in north-central, central and southeastern Minnesota this fall

Tests Show No Spread of Chronic Wasting Disease in Minnesota

2 Ruffed Grouse Test Positive for West Nile Virus in Iron County, Mich.

Major Changes Coming for Minnesota Northern Pike Rules

Federal Official Visits UWS to Hear About Microplastics Research